The 2014 NJIE Awards was held on December 9, 2014 at Fairleigh Dickinson University and honored these ten first-generation immigrant business leaders for their success in helping their local New Jersey communities thrive. The Awards were created to highlight the contributions of New Jersey's immigrant entrepreneurs. The 2014 Award Recipients: NJ Immigrant Entrepreneur of the
by Marion Reinson, To the Point Consulting and Member of the Einstein's Alley Advisory Council On December 9th there was a wonderful celebration of New Jersey immigrant entrepreneurs...This event was born out of the desire to demonstrate that even in the midst of a politically polarizing debate on immigration, we can all celebrate the contributions
Shiseido America Inc, a subsidiary of the Japanese cosmetics corporation Shiseido Company LTD, established its corporate operations in East Windsor, NJ in 1998. Shiseido, Japan's largest cosmetics maker, manufactures makeup and skin care products for men and women. It also makes toiletries, sun care products,, fragrances and is a contractor to other industry leaders. Shiseido
EAST WINDSOR — Mayor Janice S. Mironov, joined by Council Members and East Windsor Economic Development Committee Members, partnered with Einstein’s Alley Executive Director Katherine Kish and Board Members to unveil and install the first East Windsor Township Einstein’s Alley High Tech Corridor Sign. The first East Windsor “Einstein’s Alley High-Tech Corridor” sign was installed
This award is presented to an immigrant owned and operated business that: • Exhibits exceptional, leading edge creative thinking in its business plan, launch, or growth phases in product development, operations, marketing or other aspects of its business • Has distinguished itself in comparison to other businesses in its sector • Has demonstrated breakthrough leadership
Google acknowledged during its 2014 I/O conference keynote speech that the gap between women and men in technology has expanded, even within its organization, where women are just 30% of the workforce. That’s why the tech behemoth has announced its partnership with Girl Scouts of the USA, MIT Media Lab, The National Center for Women
A specialized rim and tire company in Trenton is one of many companies that make up "Einstein's Alley" -- an economic development initiative to promote the high tech corridor area that includes Mercer, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex, and Monmouth counties.
"I hope you will not think any the less of me for being a girl!" This plea was sent to Albert Einstein by a young South African in the 1940s, and was recently unearthed as part of Alice Caprice's Dear Professor Einstein: Albert Einstein's Letters to and from Children. Although brief, Tyfanny's words capture the self-consciousness and
As a leader in New Jersey’s technology sector, Einstein’s Alley strongly recognizes the need for immigration reform legislation. In part to demonstrate that commitment, Einstein’s Alley was a founding sponsor of the Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards. And we are proud to announce the opening of nominations for the 2nd Annual New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards.
Saturday, May 31st at 9:00am Speaker: Ralph Taylor-Smilth '94, General Partner, Battelle Ventures L.P. Location: Princeton University, McCosh Hall Room 28 For more information: Click Here